Music Therapy with Families - Therapeutic Approaches and Theoretical Perspectives  Edited by Stine Lindahl Jacobsen and Grace Thompson

Music Therapy with Families - Therapeutic Approaches and Theoretical Perspectives Edited by Stine Lindahl Jacobsen and Grace Thompson

In this book, edited by Stine Lindahl Jacobsen and Grace Thompson, international music therapists describe and discuss models of working with families in different clinical areas, from those with family members with dementia or autism, to those in palliative care, psychiatric or paediatric hospital settings. They explain the theoretical background and practice of each approach, with research and case examples.

Last modified: 25.10.2016

This comprehensive book describes well-defined models of music therapy for working with families in different clinical areas, ranging from families with special needs children or dying family members through to families in psychiatric or paediatric hospital settings.

International contributors explain the theoretical background and practice of their specific approach, including an overview of research and illustrative case examples. Particular emphasis is placed on connecting theory and clinical practice and on discussing the challenges and relevance of each model. This practical and theoretically anchored book will prove valuable for music therapists, students and researchers in the fast developing field of music therapy with families.

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Stine Lindahl Jacobsen

Grace Thompson


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